2007: Started eight times and played in all 12 ... Finished the year with just two receptions for 24 yards ... Led all tight ends with seven winning grades ... Named Most Dependable Tight End in the spring while also earning the Most Improved Strength Training award for the tight ends ... Reeled in three receptions in the Blue-White game ... Named to the 2007 Draddy Trophy list in October which is the nation's academic "Heisman" ... Recorded one reception at FAU while playing snaps at tight end and fullback ... Did not make a catch at Louisville but played 23 snaps on offense and 17 on special teams ... Played 13 of his 17 snaps at fullback against LSU and was in on 24 plays in loss to WKU ... Had 25 snaps in win over FIU, 28 versus Virginia, and 32 at Memphis ... Added his second reception of the year when he hauled in a 16-yarder at ULM.
2006: Started a career-best nine games and played in all 13 ... Turned in a personal-best eight receptions for 78 yards for the year ... Earned the starting job at tight end after turning in a solid spring ... Had two catches for 18 yards in the Blue-White Spring Game ... Received the Most Dependable Tight End award and the Blue Raider Tight End award for his effort in the spring ... Played 30 snaps in win over FIU (26 offense, 4 special teams) ... Enjoyed his best game as a collegian with a career-best three receptions for 24 yards at Maryland while playing 49 snaps (42 offense, 7 special teams) ... Was in on 21 plays against Tennessee Tech and 36 at Oklahoma ... Had one reception against North Texas and Louisville ... Started in a two tight end set at Louisiana-Monroe but did not have a reception ... Played 67 snaps at Louisiana-Lafayette and 33 in win over FAU ... Recorded two catches for 27 yards in win over Arkansas State ... Had one reception for 13 yards against Central Michigan in the Motor City Bowl.
2005: Played in all 11 games for the Blue Raiders ... Used primarily in two-tight end sets and in the running game ... Made his first career reception against Louisiana-Monroe that went for 18 yards.
2004: Missed the last two weeks of spring drills in 2004 after suffering an ankle injury ... Did not play in any games during the season.
2003: Played in all 12 games and earned three starts ... Did not have a reception ... Started in his first collegiate game against FAU at tight end.
High School: Was a second team TACA pick his senior year while also earning all-midstate honors ... Selected to play in the TN/KY Senior All-Star Game ... Earned all-region honors as a junior and senior ... Led CPA to a 12-3 record and a state championship in 2002 ... Team started year 0-3 before reeling off 12 straight wins ... Was second on the team with 75 tackles ... In the state title win over Boyd-Buchanan, Corder led CPA with 10 tackles, one TFL, and one fumble recovery ... CPA was 48-7 during his four years ... Was a member of the FCA all four years ... Played for David Pack.
Personal: Parents: Jim and Cathy Corder ... Born: 7/24/84 ... Major: Master's in Business Administration.